7th Balkans Petroleum Summit 24-25 October 2019
The energy market in Europe is more dynamic today than it has been in many years, with a number of projects competing for investment and market share. However, the outcome for medium-to-long-term European energy security will be contingent on which projects manage to come online first.
The need to strengthen the energy sector in the Balkans must now be an immediate priority as demand for gas continues to increase, at a time when supply is still problematic. However, it is necessary to create multiple entrances for the further expansion of the Balkan market. The aim is for progress to be made in major projects of key importance that will facilitate the promotion of diversified sources of energy supply and alternative strategic international routes.
Energy Leaders meet in Montenegro
The Ministries of the Balkan countries wil be meeting at the Annual Balkans Petroleum Summit for the seventh year in a row. The 7th Balkans Petroleum Summit will take place in Budva, Montenegro on 24-25 October 2019, under the auspices of Montenegro Hydrocarbon Authority. The Summit is sponsored by Energean, Hellenic Petroleum and PGS.
Balkan ministries will be sharing on shore and offshore updates with the region’s leading gas producers,and opportunities for independent oil&gas companies. The region’s main operators will provide updates, discuss future plans and partnership opportunities while networking with the region’s key players. With more exploration and production projects on the way, the opportunities for new partners are more numerous than ever.
The 7th Balkans Petroleum Summit speakers include:
– Vladan Dubjlevic, Director, Montenegro Hydrocarbon Administration
– Antonis Nikolopoulos, Country Manager Montenegro, Energean
– Yannis Grigoriou, CEO, Hellenic Petroleum
– George Kovacic, President, Croscorp International
– Nikos Farantouris, Head of Legal, DEPA
and many more…
The event is an ideal opportunity for oil and gas companies (exploration and production), consultants, seismic, drilling and other service companies to have in-depth discussions and one-to-one private meetings with MHA, IOCs and the Balkans’ Ministries of Oil and Gas.The focus will be on current exploration opportunities, geology, legislation, midstream and licensing updates in the Balkans and the Black Sea.
For further information please visit: https://www.balkans-petroleum.com